Here you will find a list of over 25 Fibromyalgia books.
Come on now, how many of these books listed have you read? Any? Oh, at least we can not complain about a lack of information.
On the flip side if you know of any extras that you would like to recommend please post them in comments. Also if you have read any of these books I would love to hear if they were beneficial to you.
Fibromyalgia: A Comprehensive Approach What You Can Do About Chronic Pain and Fatigue by Williamson, Miryam Ehrlich Published in 1996, it was the first book on the disorder for people who have it. It is still an excellent introduction for people newly diagnosed.
The FibroManual A Complete Fibromyalgia Treatment Guide for You and Your Doctor by Ginevra Liptan.
CFS Unravelled: Get Well By Treating The Cause Not Just The Symptoms Of CFS, Fibromyalgia, POTS And Related Syndromes by Dan Nueffer.
Fibromyalgia Controversy by M. Clement Hall.
The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Fibromyalgia by William S. Wilke.
Figuring out Fibromyalgia: Current science and the most effective treatments by Ginerva Liptan, MD.
The Complete Guide to Healing Fibromyalgia: How to Conquer Pain, Fatigue, and Other Symptoms - And Live Your Life to the Fullest by Deborah Mitchell.
The First Year: Fibromyalgia: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Claudia Craig Marek
Reversing Fibromyalgia: The Whole-Health Approach to Overcoming Fibromyalgia Through Nutrition, Exercise by Joe M. Elrod
The Chronic Fatigue Healing Diet (Overcoming Common Problems) by Christine Craggs-Hinton
The Fibromyalgia Healing Diet by Christine Craggs-Hinton
Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain: A Survival Manual by Mary Ellen Copeland and Devin Starlanyl
The Fibromyalgia Help Book: Practical Guide to Living Better with Fibromyalgia by Jenny Fransen
What Your Doctor May NOT Tell You About Fibromyalgia by Dr. R. Paul St. Amand, M.D.
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Pediatric Fibromyalgia - A Safe New Treatment Plan For Children by Dr. R. Paul St. Amand and Claudia Craig Marek
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia Fatigue The Powerful Program That Helps You Boost Your Energy and Reclaim Your Life by R. Paul St. Amand, M.D. and Claudia Craig Marek, published by Warner Books.
The Fibromyalgia Cure by Dr. David Dryland.
From Fatigued to Fantastic by Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D.
Living Well with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know by Mary J. Shomon.
Pain Free 1-2-3: A Proven Program for Eliminating Chronic Pain Now by Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D.
The Fibromyalgia Relief Book: 213 Ideas to Improve Your Quality of Life by Miryam Ehrlich Williamson.
Cure Your Fibromyalgia without Medication: Fibromyalgia Treatment and Pain Relief with Diet and Exercises by Jeff Robson.
Foods that Fight Fibromyalgia: Nutrient-Packed Meals That Increase Energy, Ease Pain, and Move You Towards Recovery by
Exercises for Fibromyalgia: The Complete Exercise Guide for Managing and Lessening Fibromyalgia Symptoms.
Fibromyalgia: Hope Beyond The Pain: by Kelly Hemingway who is both a nurse and a fibromyalgia patient.
Fibromyalgia for Families and Friends by Janet Black who is both a nurse and a patient.
Treating Fibromyalgia: What You Can Do When Your Doctor Doesn't Know What Else to Do.by Janet Black who is both a nurse and a patient.
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To this good list I want to add another: Fibromyalgia: A Comprehensive Approach, by Miryam Ehrlich Williamson. Published in 1996, it was the first book on the disorder for people who have it. It is still an excellent introduction for people newly diagnosed.ReplyDelete
Thank you Miryam, not sure how i neglected youReplyDelete
Good, solid list. I've read all but two, but I'm a nerd.ReplyDelete
Hall, M. Clement, MD. The Fibromyalgia Controversy. [Don't let the title scare you off!]
Wilke, William S., MD. The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Fibromyalgia.
Liptan, Ginevra, MD. Figuring out Fibromyalgia.
Mitchell, Deborah. The Complete Guide to Healing Fibromyalgia.
Thanks I've added them now, Great stuffReplyDelete
Everyone experiences anxiety at some time in their lives but it's worse for fibromyalgia sufferers. Anxiety disorders and their accompanying symptoms are more severe and pronounced... panic attacks are common.ReplyDelete
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This is an interesting comment, thanks for sharing, I'm not sure but I am just 1 person with fibroDelete
Hi, I m getting so many ideas for reading on this post, Ta for thatReplyDelete
That's great Jane, thanks for the feedback.Delete
this is so helpful all in 1 place athanksReplyDelete
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Where can i get these books on Fibromyalgia if i wnt to buy them - pleaseReplyDelete
Hi Joanie, thanks for your question. Please click on the title of the book you would like to buy and you will be taken to an info page on Amazon where you can buy or just get more understanding if the book is what you are looking for. I am an Amazon affiliate so if you choose to buy I earn a very small percentage at no extra cost to youDelete
Thanks for such an extensive list! I've read several of them, but just added a few more to my TBR list.ReplyDelete
I think it is important to educate ourselves and keep up to date.Delete
You forgot BOTH of mine: "Treating Fibromyalgia" and "Fibromyalgia for Families and Friends" Both are available from Amazon.ReplyDelete
They are included in the list now, thank you.Delete
I refer a lot of people to "Ravyn's Doll: How To Explain Fibromyalgia To Your Child" by Melissa Swanson. It's a great way to help young ones understand more about fibromyalgia.ReplyDelete
Great list! Tami Stackelhouse has 2 great books availableReplyDelete
Take Back your life and The Fibromyalgia Coach
Also, the first one I read was Celeste Cooper's Integrative Therapies for Fibromyalgia, Chronic FatigueReplyDelete